• case study on maintinance free batteries in Pakistan
    . On his first visit to Lahore (Pakistan), Zhang Huan was impressed by the number of vehicles plying in the city. His main interest was to see Lahore in colour on the eve of “The festival of lamps”. He was happy to join thousands of devotees, each eager to light a lamp at an old shrine...
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  • Life Sciences
    [pic] ----------------------- Pakistan Flood Relief We have decided that this year, the main focus of our fund-raising activities at AISA will be to aid all those affected by the flooding in Pakistan. As you will have seen in the media, this is a tragedy of epic proportions. Many...
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  • Needs Assessment
    WASH Needs Assessment Executive Summary Already strained by the challenges of havoc created by the 2010 floods, Pakistan was once again confronted with devastating floods in the second half of 2011. Stretching from parts of ing Baluchistan province to a greater area of Sindh province, the 2011...
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  • After a Decade of Global War on Terror --- Economic, Social, Political Impact on Pakistan
    drastically cut down essential projects under the Pakistan Social Development Program while also arbitrarily raising electricity and gas rates. The GWOT, coupled with the annual floods, have also messed up the GDP rate which is less than 3% with scant chance of it crossing the 3.50% mark in the current...
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  • good to see you
    strategies of Pakistan, NFC award, Power Sector Reform, RPP, Circular Debt etc Social Issues: Flood 2010(causes, Damages, Control measures, Aid, etc); Education Policy 2010,Corruption, Issue of plane crash, Baluchistan Issue & package, Poverty & inflation, water and food crises, Law...
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  • climate change
    the next centuries, the semiarid and arid areas that are vulnerable in the impacts of climate change on water supply will experience decreases in water resources. In August 2010, Pakistan experienced Monsoon rains that caused excessive floods. It forced the 6 Million Pakistanis to evacuate from their...
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  • Flood
    in July 2005 left over 700 dead. Some areas went under 5 m of water. · Assam has been suffering floods regularly since 1998. [edit] Pakistan · In 2003, Sindh province was bading affected due to monsoon rains causing damages in billions. · In 2007, Cyclone Yemyin submerged lower part of...
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  • Jazy
    political developments on Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline project and security situation in Afghanistan and non-certification of gas reserves in Turkmenistan. According to World Bank estimates, a demand gap (supply shortage) of about four per cent of the total demand, is expected in 2010. Even...
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  • Cultural Diversity
    Rahat Kamal Published: October 21, 2010 Lately, the chefs of Pakistan have evolved from their customary role of conjuring up dishes that tantalise the taste buds, to enlightening the masses about the secrets of culinary delight through television. The modification of their traditional role has...
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  • Allied Bank 2010 Performance Analysis
    Allied Bank Limited – A Review From 2006-2010 Submitted to: Dr. Shahid Zia Submitted by: Jahanyab Javaid Aslam (C07206) Allied Bank Limited (ABL) was the first bank to be established in Pakistan. It was launched in Lahore under the name of Australasia Bank in 1942, and was renamed...
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  • Natural Diasaster
     lake, which overflows or breaks levees, with the result that some of the water escapes its usual boundaries Some of the most notable floods include: * The 2010 Pakistan floods, damaged crops and the infrastructure, while claiming many lives. * The Huang He (Yellow River) in China floods...
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  • Exchange Rate
    2011. In addition, the Pakistani rupee has depreciated since 2007 as a result of political and economic instability. Massive floods in July-August 2010 lowered agricultural output and contributed to ajump in inflation, and reconstruction costs strain the limited resources of the government...
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  • Engro
    African fertilizer plant will produce about one million metric tons a year, almost three times more than Fuji’s joint venture. Recently in 2010, keeping in view the immense diversification of Engro Chemical Pakistan Limited, it was decided to rename the company as Engro Corporation as the holding...
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  • Disaster Management
    services and reconstruct communities. Figure 1. Disaster Management in Japan (Source:David, 2011) Figure 2. Disaster Management in the United States (Source: Salvation Army, 2011) Figure 3.  Pakistan Floods Affect 12 Million People (Source:Radio Free Europe, 2010) Figure 4.  Medical Kits from the...
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  • Unilever-Pakistan
    CONDENSED INTERIM FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2010 UNILEVER PAKISTAN FOODS LIMITED COMPANY INFORMATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mr. Ehsan A. Malik Ms. Fariyha Subhani Mr. Abdul Rab Mian Zulfikar H. Mannoo Mian M. Adil Mannoo Mr. Kamal Monnoo Mr. Badaruddin F. Vellani Mr...
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  • Balance of Payment
    surplus of $ 1,210 million. CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE: Pakistan has long suffered a current account deficit which is regarded as an important indicator to gauge the pressures on a country’s external sector. During July-April 2010-11, the current account deficit turned to surplus of $748 million...
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  • Student
    responsibility. The company considers its duty to help the nation in difficult times, whether it is floods of July 2010 or earthquake of October 2005, the company has always made its valuable contribution to support the nation. The Company remains committed to continue its support in this important area...
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  • General Paper Guide
    however they still need to join hands to control this issue - RIO Earth Summit was produced in 1992 and in June 2012 a second conference was held known as RIO+20 which aimed at Sustainable Development and to define path ways to a safer more cleaner and greener world - In 2010 Pakistan suffered...
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  • inflation
    -based industries which were recovering from the impact of the floods of 2010, was again hit by another natural calamity in the form of heavy rains in Sindh during August 2011. The cotton crop is most vulnerable to floods and almost all major sugarcane producing districts were affected but losses...
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  • Shamme's Doc
    droughts, while the eastern parts face frequently occurring high-intensity floods. The losses caused both by floods and draughts are staggering and affect a vast majority of the population. The recent drought of 1998-99 in Pakistan extended up to six years. The intensity of drought was much more than in...
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